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Welcoming AALP Class 17

Date: October 6, 2017

Rob Black, CEO of the Rural Ontario Institute and Program Director of the Advanced Agricultural Leadership Program, shares his thoughts as AALP Class 17 gets underway. 


Northern Voices

Date: September 29, 2017

Norm Ragetlie, Director, Policy and Stakeholder Engagement, shares his experience at the Northern Policy Institute's State of the North conference held in Timmins from Sept. 27-28, 2017. 

 


The province of Ontario will celebrate rural leaders through the new Rural Ontario Leader Awards.


Huron County’s project to expand broadband connectivity would attract highly-skilled labour and the human capital that comes along with it to rural Ontario


How well does Ottawa understand the challenges and opportunities related to rural infrastructure? Do policy makers recognize the differences between rural and urban realities and requirements? With the federal government about to embark on a multi-year infrastructure initiative, rural researchers from across the country took the opportunity to share insights from recent research with parliamentarians. 


Rural North Wellington is home to an organization called the Seniors Centre of Excellence (SCE) which has been welcoming, celebrating and caring for seniors in Mapleton, Minto and Wellington North since 2008.


Dianne Thomson, Project Coordinator for the community project, Schools as Anchors for Rural Community Vitality, part of the ROI Measuring Rural Community Vitality initiative, shares her account of attending the Ontario Community Hubs Summit 2017. 


Dianne Thomson, Project Coordinator for the community project, Schools as Anchors for Rural Community Vitality, part of the ROI Measuring Rural Community Vitality initiative, shares her account of attending the Ontario Community Hubs Summit 2017. Check back tomorrow for a Dianne's wrap up of the event.


Dianne Thomson, Project Coordinator for the community project, Schools as Anchors for Rural Community Vitality, part of the ROI Measuring Rural Community Vitality initiative, shares her account of attending the Ontario Community Hubs Summit 2017. Check back tomorrow for an overview of day two.


A study released shows that in rural Canada almost twice as many 25-34 year olds who live outside a Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) are without a diploma versus those who live in a CMA.


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